Superfast, affordable and easy digital global transactions.

Bitcoin¹ Token is moving to its own custom Blockchain (Mainnet) in Q4, 2018.

Bitcoin¹ 'C
oin' will be issued to all token holders (7,000+) on a 1:1 basis.

To receive BTC1 coins you will need to hold BTC1 tokens before the snapshot (TBA).

Post coin issue, BTC1 will be offered as an alternative to Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Monero (XMR) with increased blocksize, reduced blocktime and costs, and include transaction encryption (privacy) protocols.

Bitcoin¹. The NEW Bitcoin for everyday use. Soon with global transaction privacy!

What is Bitcoin¹?

ERC-20 TOKEN TO COIN

Moving from (Ethereum-hosted) token to (own Blockchain) coin in Q4, 2018.

TOTAL SUPPLY

21 million tokens. Mirrors Bitcoin Core for maximum supply.

FULLY FUNDED

Astute private investors backing the NEW Bitcoin for everyday use.

EXCHANGES

Listing on the world’s major cryptocurrency exchanges in 2018/2019.

ÐAPPS

Customized Mobile Wallet & income-generating Merchant Platform.

GLOBAL PAYMENTS

Superfast, affordable and easy. The new Bitcoin for everyday use.

COMMUNITY

Building a savvy, cosmopolitan global community.

ECOSYSTEM

Sponsoring & supporting promising cryptocurrency startups.

Bitcoin¹ is a new and exciting project that has been developed to offer a super-fast, affordable and easily accessible digital payment alternative to Bitcoin.

Bitcoin¹ is a logical and exciting next business initiative with the vision to advance the mass consumer experience by delivering a worldwide platform where goods and/or services can be paid using cryptocurrency. Convenience and investment potential in one quality product.

In April 2018, Bitcoin One Foundation, the custodian of the Bitcoin¹ Project, deployed a smart contract containing a maximum 21 million tokens (BTC1) that can be traded on P2P wallets, and soon will be trading on strategically selected major cryptocurrency exchanges worldwide.

To facilitate mass adoption and use of BTC1 in every country, Bitcoin¹ is developing a customized, multi-language Mobile Wallet and income-generating Merchant Platform so global buyers and sellers of goods and/or services can make quick, inexpensive payments and transfer of funds using BTC1.

Development has also begun for Bitcoin¹ to operate on its own Blockchain commencing Q4, 2018. All token holders will be rewarded with a 1:1 issue of the new Bitcoin¹ “Coin”, creating a potential market cap of Bitcoin¹ equal to purpose-like coins such as Bitcoin Cash, Dash & Litecoin.

Bitcoin¹. The NEW Bitcoin for everyday use. Anywhere. Anytime.

What are the main differences between Bitcoin¹ and Bitcoin?

Both have 21 million total (maximum) supply with Bitcoin being highly regarded as a store of value. However, historical transaction data analysis of the Bitcoin blockchain has provided indisputable proof of scaling (mass transactions) issues, high cost of individual transactions and time delays for settlement in many instances. This has rendered Bitcoin non-viable as an everyday, any-purpose payment solution, and it has shifted its purpose to primarily a store of value, and, accordingly, been referred to as “Digital Gold”.

Bitcoin¹ overcomes these architecture restrictions by being sourced on the super-advanced Ethereum Blockchain Network, as an ERC20 token with superfast transaction times and astonishingly low transactional costs.

The future Bitcoin¹ “coin” intends to compliment Bitcoin by being an alternative, everyday, global payment solution, overcoming the transactional infrastructure limitations which prevented Bitcoin from reaching its full potential.

ComparisonBitcoin¹ (BTC1)Bitcoin (BTC)
Max. supply21 Mil.21 Mil.
Blocktime14 sec10 mins
Max. TX/day6 Million1.2 Million
Average TX fee$0.14>$0.50
TX confirmations23 sec15 min
Established sinceMar 2018Jan 2009

Bitcoin¹ - hosted on the Ethereum Blockchain Network

Ethereum has exploded in popularity and value in 12 months to be #2 for market capitalization with a value of US$20 billion (10th Sept 2018). In fact the Chinese Government ranks Ethereum at #1 and Bitcoin at #13 in overall cryptocurrency grades!

Ethereum explained.

The short version!

The long version!

(Source: Coincentral.com)

With the second largest market cap in the cryptocurrency world, Ethereum has drawn a lot of attention from investors and crypto enthusiasts alike.

This relatively new cryptocurrency not only presents a significant change to the status quo, it also allows for the quick development and deployment of new applications. Ethereum essentially enables dozens of new and extremely innovative cryptocurrencies to exist.

While Ethereum’s utility is obvious to programmers and the tech world at large, many people who are less tech-savvy have trouble understanding it. We’ve designed this guide to appeal to both crowds and expose anyone from complete crypto beginners and intermediates to this potentially game-changing cryptocurrency.

If you’re interested in Ethereum, chances are you have some sort of foundational knowledge of Bitcoin.

All cryptocurrencies inevitably get compared to Bitcoin, and it frankly makes understanding them much easier.

Bitcoin launched in 2009 as the world’s first cryptocurrency, with the single goal of creating a decentralized universal currency. This currency would not require any intermediary financial institutions, but would still ensure safe and valid transactions. This was made possible by a revolutionary technology called the “blockchain.”

The blockchain is a digital ledger, continuously recording and verifying records. It’s used to track and verify Bitcoin transactions. Since the global network of communicating nodes maintains the blockchain, it’s pretty much incorruptible. As new blocks are added to the network, they are constantly validated.

Similar to Bitcoin, Ethereum is a distributed public blockchain network. While both Ethereum and Bitcoin are cryptocurrencies that can be traded among users, there are many substantial differences between the two.

Bitcoin, for example, utilizes  blockchain to track ownership of the digital currency, making it an extremely effective peer to peer electronic cash system. Ethereum, on the other hand, focuses on running the programming code of an application. Application developers largely use it to pay for services and transaction fees on the Ethereum network.

Both Bitcoin and Ethereum are “decentralized,” meaning they have no central control or issuing authority. Respective miners run each network by validating transactions to earn either bitcoin (for Bitcoin) or ether (for Ethereum).

If you’re still having trouble making the distinction, the words of Dr. Gavin Wood—one of Ethereum’s Co-Founders—might help:

“Bitcoin is first and foremost a currency; this is one particular application of a blockchain. However, it is far from the only application. To take a past example of a similar situation, e-mail is one particular use of the internet, and for sure helped popularise it, but there are many others.”

Ethereum is simply the application of blockchain for a completely different purpose.

Simply put, Ethereum is a blockchain-based decentralized platform on which decentralized applications (Dapps) can be built.

  •     Remember, blockchain is the structure the vast majority of cryptocurrencies run on. It’s a database with no central server that keeps track of every transaction and exchange.
  •     We’ll jump into decentralized apps—referred to as dapps–in greater detail later, but just know they are applications that serve a certain purpose to a user. Fasten your seatbelts, some of these dapps are amazing.

Ethereum’s appeal is that it is built in a way that enables developers to create smart contracts. Smart contracts are scripts that automatically execute tasks when certain conditions are met. For example, a smart contract could technically say, “pay Jane $10 if she submits a 1000 word article on goats by September 15, 2018,” and it would pay Jane once the conditions are met.

These smart contracts are executed by the Turing-complete Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), run by an international public network of nodes.

The cryptocurrency of the Ethereum network is called ether. Ether serves two different functions:

  1.    Compensate the mining full nodes that power its network. This keeps things running smoothly at an administrative level.
  2.    Pay people under smart contract conditions. This is what motivates users to work on the Ethereum platform.

If you’re still a little confused, don’t worry. The underlying technology is complicated even at a surface level.

By the end of this guide, you’ll have a better understanding of Ethereum than 99.999% of people out there… and that’s a pretty good start!

We’ll go over things such as how Ethereum functions, Ethereum’s history, and some of the exciting dapps running on the Ethereum platform.

In 2011, a 17 year old Russian-Canadian boy named Vitalik Buterin learned about Bitcoin from his father.

In 2013, after visiting developers across the world who shared an enthusiasm for programming, Buterin published a white-paper proposing Ethereum.

In 2014, Buterin dropped out of the University of Waterloo after receiving the Thiel Fellowship of $100,000 to work on Ethereum full-time.

In 2015, the Ethereum system went live.

In 2017, Ethereum hit a cap rate of $36 billion dollars.

Whether you’re looking at this from an investment standpoint, tech perspective, or witness to history; Ethereum is extremely exciting.

Buterin’s goal was to bring the same decentralization from Bitcoin to more than just currency. This could be accomplished by building a fully-fledged Turing-complete programming language into the Ethereum blockchain.

The Ethereum white paper goes into detail for some of the potential use cases, all of which could be built through decentralized apps on the Ethereum network. The list goes on and on:

  • Token Systems   
  • Financial Derivatives
  • Identity and Reputation Systems
  • File Storage
  • Banking
  • Centralized Autonomous Organizations
  • Insurance
  • Data Feeds
  • Cloud Computing
  • Prediction Markets

By building these apps on the Ethereum network, these dapps can utilize Ethereum’s blockchain instead of having to create their own.

Early blockchain applications like Bitcoin only allowed users a set of predefined operations. For example, Bitcoin was created exclusively to operate as a cryptocurrency.

Unlike these early blockchain projects, Ethereum allows users to create their own operations.  The Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) makes this possible. As Ethereum’s runtime environment, the EVM executes smart contracts. Since every Ethereum node runs the EVM, applications built on it reap the benefits of being decentralized without having to build their own blockchain.

Smart contracts are strings of computer code capable of automatically executing when certain predetermined conditions are met.

Instead of requiring a single central authority to say “yay” or “nay,” these contracts are self-operated. This not only makes the entire process more effective, it also makes it more fair and objective.

For example, a simple smart contract use case would be:

  •     Jim wants to bet Sarah 100 Ether (ETH) that the price of ETH will be above $1000 on August 30th, 2018.
  •     They agree on a data feed to be used to determine the ETH price.
  •     They each escrow 100 ETH to a smart contract, with the winner taking the full 200 ETH.
  •     On August 30th, 2018 the data feed is queried and the contract immediately executes sending money to the winner.

Using the smart contract, there’s no need for Jim and Sarah to trust each other. They just have to trust the data feed.

Keep in mind that this is only a very simple example. Many smart contracts are extremely complex and can work wonders.

The takeaway: Smart contracts can automate a variety of tasks, without requiring intermediaries. All a smart contract needs is the arbitrary rules written into it.

Now, let’s move on to the Dapps.

Most of us have a pretty good understanding of what an application (app) is. An application is formally defined as a program or piece of software designed and written to fulfill a particular purpose of the user. We use apps every day: Apps allow us to check our bank balance, scroll through a live feed of pictures, or even launch a Flappy Bird into oblivion.

Now take this definition and ~*~decentralize~*~ it. Dapps serve similar functions, but run on an entire network of nodes rather than a central source. The fact that they are decentralized gives dapps an enormous advantage over traditional apps.

You know when Instagram is down because the server is down? This doesn’t happen with dapps. How about when Zomato got hacked and exposed the information of 17 million people? This doesn’t happen either.

Moreover, Dapps are:

  •     Open Source – Dapps allow users to view the app code on both the frontend and backend. No sketchy “allow us to use your location” nonsense unless otherwise stated.
  •     Autonomous – Dapps automatically act by the rules encoded into them. No room for outside corruption.
  •     Secure – Data and protocols are stored on the blockchain cryptographically. No hacks.
  •     100% Uptime – The blockchain is always running, meaning zero downtime for dapps. No crashes.
  •     Easier to Implement – Developers wanting to take advantage of blockchain technology do not need to create a new blockchain. The framework is there, saving dapp creators a ton of time and effort spent creating a potentially subpar framework. In order to run on this decentralized network, dapps just pay transaction fees.

In many cases, front-end users can’t even distinguish dapps from regular apps. Dapps typically use HTML/JavaScript web applications to communicate with the blockchain, appearing the same to users as many applications you’re already using today.

Building a global community.

Unless you bought Bitcoin (BTC) back in 2011 for approx. US$1.00, many new holders of small amounts of Bitcoin now cannot buy whole coins, instead they purchase fractions of a coin up to 8 decimals. Eg. If you want to buy US$100 worth of Bitcoin you would receive 0.01078399 of a Bitcoin. (based on BTC price of US$9,273 on 28th April 2018).

All allocated Bitcoin¹ tokens (BTC1) have now been released and allowed savvy investors the opportunity to purchase whole tokens for a fraction of the price of Bitcoin and own an exciting cryptocurrency with real potential of project and token growth.

As the Bitcoin¹ project progresses, a key milestone will be to have BTC1 tokens adopted for widespead use as an everyday, worldwide payment solution for goods and/or services.

Ultimately this mass adoption is expected to create significant demand for BTC1 and offer first round investors a grass roots opportunity in project and token growth, as well as to be part of a savvy, cosmopolitan global community.

Bitcoin¹ Decentralized Applications (ÐApps) and Projects

A major, worldwide marketing initiative will begin in Q4, 2018 for mass adoption by global merchants and service providers to accept and send payments for goods and/or services using BTC1 via our in-house developed multi-language Bitcoin¹ Mobile Wallet and income-generating Bitcoin¹ Merchant Platform and creation of a Bitcoin¹ branded, worldwide ATM debit card.

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Bitcoin¹ Blockchain development underway

Development has begun for Bitcoin¹ to operate on its own Blockchain. The planned timeline for this is Q4, 2018. This means that Bitcoin¹ will transition from a token to a coin. Accordingly, BTC1 token holders will be rewarded with a 1:1 issue of Bitcoin¹ “Coin”. Obviously the outcomes of this are incredibly exciting and puts Bitcoin¹ on par with other cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin Cash, Monero, Litecoin, Dash, etc.

Exchanges

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The future development of Bitcoin¹ [BTC1] includes listing on the world’s major cryptocurrency exchanges throughout 2018/2019 to promote a transparent and fluid trading price, set by worldwide supply and demand.

Initially the following pairs will be offered:

BTC1/USD   |   BTC1/BTC   |   BTC1/ETH

BTC1 Maximum Supply (Total Supply) = 21,000,000. Identical to BTC!

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Roadmap

2018
March 31

Q1, 2018 Creation of Bitcoin¹ Project Establish Bitcoin One Foundation as custodian for the project and owner of the creator wallet address and smart contract. Economical model…
June 30

Q2, 2018 Official Bitcoin¹ launch timeline confirmation Initiate community building project Launch of All Bitcoin¹ online platforms Launch of Bitcoin¹ Ecosystem Apply to all reputable price chart…
September 30

Q3, 2018 Commence development of Bitcoin¹ Blockchain Secure listings on top ranked exchanges BETA testing of Bitcoin¹ Mobile Wallet and Bitcoin¹ Merchant Platform Establish vendor relationships with…
December 31

Q4, 2018 Launch Bitcoin¹ Mobile Wallet V1.0 Launch Bitcoin¹ Merchant Platform V1.0 Mass adoption by vendors globally to accept and send payments for goods and/or services Launch…
2019
March 31

Q1, 2019 Continue developing vendor relationships to expand adoption of Bitcoin¹ Merchant Platform Secure partnerships with leading hardware manufacturers for Bitcoin¹ Mobile Wallet to be pre-installed on…

Bitcoin¹ FAQs

Contract address: 0x2151288dfdbd547e071d8c6dc7fe3301235ae87c
Code: BTC1
Decimals: 8
Total supply: 21,000,000
Token type: ERC20 Token

BTC1 like BTC is offered as a store of value and overtime our vision is to gain mass adoption of the BTC1 token as a transactional currency for goods and services worldwide.

Please click on the Exchanges tab for updated info on exchanges that offer trading of BTC1 tokens.

No. The future price of BTC1 will be dictated by market activity (exchange trading levels). We will never make unfounded claims in regards to token value.

The philosophy behind the branding is simple: the intended use for BTC1 token holds true to the same principals as Satoshi Nakamoto’s original Bitcoin. So we felt it fitting to deviate from the original bitcoin branding as little as possible. Although we realize this to be a controversial decision and we will not be short of Bitcoin fundamentalists in opposition to BTC1, but ultimately we are operating in an open source market and we have not violated any rights. Competition drives innovation and a name alone can do nothing to gain success.

Bitcoin¹ Ecosystem

A first insight into the BITCOIN¹ ECOSYSTEM™!

The intended purpose of the Bitcoin¹ Ecosystem™ – which is in its early stages of development and promises to be the first of its kind in the blockchain industry – is to provide a port of call and an exciting opportunity for promising cryptocurrency/blockchain startups to be integrated into, and supported by Bitcoin One Foundation, including funding, advisory and technical support.

A substantial portion of Bitcoin One Foundation funds and BTC1 tokens will be retained for future release into the Bitcoin¹ Ecosystem™ programs and partnerships.

To register your project or startup on the Bitcoin¹ Ecosystem™ please contact us at info@bitcoinonefoundation.org

Development for the first Bitcoin One Foundation sponsored project is already under way…

Talent Token

Talent Token (TTX) will offer a worldwide, public immutable platform for attracting global recognition for performing artists from any given genre.

For the first time, original expression of an array of art forms, be it singing, dancing, musical instrument performance, drawing/art, design, acting, poetry and more, will be made available for all the world to see and support. The more support gained through the Talent Token platform, the higher the rewards of TTX tokens, contributing towards funding, management and promotion for artists.

All aspects of user interaction including but not limited to the number of views, watch-time, likes, dislikes, shares, comments, voting , donations, follows, etc will constantly update ranks and rewards on an open source public ledger, providing precise statistical feedback that will serve to determine what type of directional support each artist requires in order to advance their popularity and success in what we see as becoming a unique independent source of verified opinion in the world of arts and performance.

Check back here for regular progress reports on Talent Token.

Project name:Talent Token (TTX)
Project description:Blockchain meets the entertainment industry
Launch date:Q3, 2018
Total supply:500,000,000
Method of distribution:Airdrop/Rewards
Blockchain record:https://ethplorer.io

About Us

Bitcoin¹ was founded by a group of cryptocurrency enthusiasts and investors. The team will grow to eventually consist of experienced, dedicated experts in each required field including Blockchain and app developers, financial & legal advisors, marketing management services, administrative staff and more.

General Enquiries: info@bitcoinonefoundation.org

Join Us!

Bitcoin¹ has and will continue to recruit an exceptional team of highly motivated individuals who share a joint aspiration to pioneer the cryptocurrency space until mass adoption is realized.

Our success will be built on hiring and developing the very best people. Our standards are high, as are the rewards for those who join our team. We are determined to draw from international expertise to work on some demanding and prestigious challenges to establish Bitcoin¹ around the globe as the everyday payment solution for all goods and services in all regions.

We are currently looking to recruit cutting-edge developers to work on the first version of the Bitcoin¹ Mobile Wallet and Bitcoin¹ Merchant Platform, as well as support staff for various roles within our global marketing strategy to launch in coming weeks.

If you think you have what it takes, please contact us now!

 

Bitcoin¹ [BTC1]

The NEW Bitcoin for everyday use.
Anywhere. Anytime.

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TOKEN INFO

Contract address: 0x2151288dfdbd547e071d8c6dc7fe3301235ae87c

Code: BTC1

Decimals: 8

Total (maximum) supply: 21,000,000

Type: ERC20 Token

Blockchain record: https://ethplorer.io

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Enquiries: info@bitcoinonefoundation.org

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